Narva maantee 7
The countries in the Baltic Sea Region are all concerned by vulnerability to climate change with potential impacts on human security, the environment and competitiveness. Awareness and preparedness to climate change differ across the Baltic Sea region. Therefore, cooperation between member states, sub-regions and relevant pan-Baltic players must be promoted, especially on issues such as knowledge sharing – and transfer, capacity building and policy mainstreaming within and across sectors.
Hoping to promote dialogue and progress in the area of Climate Change Adaptation, the 4th round table of the Baltic Sea Region Climate Change Dialogue Platform will be arranged on 29th April; back to back with the 12th meeting of the CBSS Expert Group on Sustainable Development, Baltic 21, scheduled for 28th April.
For more information see the agenda here.